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Steamed Jumping Shrimp

Don’t be confused with this recipe because this is not the jumping shrimp salad where you have eat the live jumping shrimps along with it’s shell and antennae. The reason why this recipe is called steamed jumping shrimp is because you are using fresh live shrimps when cooking this recipe and the poor shrimps will jump when you mix it with the ingredients.

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American Sweet Ham

Christmas is weeks ahead and most us thinks that Christmas ham is the star of the celebration but some who can afford to buy a whole lechon still thinks that it is the most important part of celebrating Christmas. Still, not everyone can afford to buy ham or it is the last thing on their list. But for those who have the patience of making your own ham, a home made ham will save you money and if you are a business minded person, you can also sell it to your friends or neighbors at a cheaper price.

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Spaghetti with Condensed Milk Sauce

This spaghetti looks like your ordinary spaghetti but this dish taste like the spaghetti in fastfood joints, saucy, slightly sweet and geared to Filipino taste. There is a saying that don’t judge a book by it’s cover like this spaghetti that looks ordinary but the taste is superb. And with regards to the Italian seasoning, if you can’t find it in big supermarkets, you can make your own. Just mix equal amount of basil, marjoram, oregano, rosemary and thyme then grind it in a food processor.

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Butterflied Catfish

A non-traditional way of cooking catfish. Frying catfish fillet and served with mustard vinaigrette with a mixture of shrimp paste, calamansi juice, vinegar, mustard leaves seasoned with sugar, salt and pepper.

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Tamarind Oven Roasted Pork

A very tasty oven roasted pork that is easy to cook. The cooking method is very similar to lechon kawali where you have to boil the pork until slightly tender then deep fried. But the only difference is roasting the pork after boiling it. It is also cooked with tamarind fruit to make the taste a little exotic.

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